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This book of 154 pages of text contains a concise, lucid exposition of the various methods of inducing fever for therapeutic purposes. In only one respect do I take exception to the views of the authors. This is in their criticism of those who object to the "one day fever plus chemotherapy" scheme of treatment of syphilis. The authors may recall that this form of therapy has been used in Europe with poor results, in that numerous relapses have occurred. Although it is desirable that methods designed to hasten a cure should be investigated, the results thus far obtained do
Fever Therapy Technique.. Ann Intern Med. 1943;18:255. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-18-2-255_2
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